Kehila News Israel Staff

Kehila News Israel Staff
The Kehila News Staff is a team of Israeli believers in Yeshua. The Kehila News Staff is a team of Israeli believers in Yeshua.

Argentina succumbs to Palestinian, BDS pressure, cancels Israel soccer match

Israeli soccer fans were devastated after learning that Argentina succumbed to intense Palestinian pressure — including threats against one of Argentina’s star players — and pulled out of a friendly pre-World Cup match against Israel.

Evangelicals in Brazil show strong support for Israel in annual March for Jesus

Some 2 million Brazilians and other pilgrims from Argentina, Mexico, the United States and some African countries who attended the March for Jesus waved Israeli flags and prayed for the Jewish state in the parade that stretched 2.5 miles through the city.

Tentative quiet after dozens of rockets fired at Israel in 24 hours

For the first time since the war with Gaza in 2014, Palestinians launched barrages of rockets and mortars from Gaza on Tuesday breaking nearly four years of quiet on Israel’s southern border.

Gaza protests long over since last week’s uprising

Protests that had been ongoing for six weeks in Gaza and culminated last week to coincide with the opening of the American embassy Jerusalem have all but fizzled out completely.

Paraguay becomes third country to open embassy in Jerusalem

The day after the biblical feast of Shavuot (the Feast of Weeks) and Pentecost Sunday, the nation of Paraguay dedicated its embassy in Jerusalem on Monday.

March of Nations honors Israel, Holocaust survivors in Jerusalem

An initiative founded by descendants of the Nazi Wehrmacht, SS and German police force to remember the Holocaust, the March of Life organization this week held its first event in Jerusalem, a three-day conference in Jerusalem to commemorate the Holocaust, co-organized with Helping Hand Coalition.

Guatemala becomes second nation to open Jerusalem embassy

Israel welcomed the second international embassy to Jerusalem this week as Guatemala's President Jimmy Morales inaugurated his country's official diplomatic mission on Wednesday.

Roles remain largely the same in US embassy move

The transfer of the embassy seal to an existing consulate building in Jerusalem is mostly symbolic, however. Little on the ground actually changes for most employees and for citizens in need of embassy services.

Violent Palestinian protests continue, world reacts, blames Israel

Though many are blaming the opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem for igniting the mass protest of 40,000 Palestinians at the border of Gaza, riots had been taking place for six weeks now and rose to a crescendo only on Monday, coinciding with the embassy opening.

Two nations to follow US in moving embassy to Jerusalem this month

With much news coverage, road closures, heightened security and fanfare, the United States moved its embassy to Jerusalem on Monday. No less important, albeit far less ostentatious, two more embassy transfers are due to follow shortly: Guatemala on Wednesday and Paraguay by the end of the month.